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GRANA here;  I posted many of these a few years ago. But w/ many new members,I thought it  worthwhile posting them again. Especially  at this time of year when we are pre-occupied w/ h
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KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS

posted at 11/26/2013 11:19 AM EST
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Last: 4/18/2014
GRANA here;
 I posted many of these a few years ago.
But w/ many new members,I thought it  worthwhile posting them again.
Especially  at this time of year when we are pre-occupied w/ holiday preparations, gift shopping, etc. we might tend to  not be as aware of safety in our kitchens.
I've tried 8 times in 3 days tore--post  the list of tips but have been unable to  accomplish it"file not supported"...I'vet tried to copy& paste also saving document as "word; pdf& others but none succeeded.I'm sorry to  quit, butI'm unable to devote any more time& effort to this at this time; I have a doctor appt.3Ptoday & stil have laundry to complete.
I hope you al have a happy, healthy& safe holiday season w/o my contribution
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Ify ou have any ofyour own KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS;please help me out by  posting them here...thanks for your help.
fondly;
 ANN

Re: KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS

posted at 11/28/2013 2:51 PM EST
Posts: 3720
First: 9/13/2011
Last: 4/18/2014
GRANA here;
 Hubby  just replced my old mouse  & I am once again able To copy/cut & paste; making it possible  to  re-post my  original list of  KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS :
  TO PREVENT KITCHEN FIRES: 1-Keep an eye on your cooking  & stay in the kitchen; Unattended cooking is the  #1 cause of cooking fires !2-Wearshortorclosefittingsleves.Loose clothing can catch fire!3- Watch children closely. When old enough, teach children to cook  safely.
#4-c
lean cooking surfaces to prevent food & grease buildup
#5-k
eep curtains, towels & pot holders away from hot surfaces, and store solvents and flammable cleaners away from heat sources 
#6-
ever keep gasoline in the house!
#
7-Turn pan handles inward  to prevent food spills TO PUT OUT A COOKING FIRE, IN YOUR KITCHEN:1-Call the fire department, immediately.In many cases, dialing   911 will give you “emergency services”2-Slide a pan lid or cover over flames to  smother a grease or oil fire, thenturn off the heat and  leave the lid in place until the pan coolsNEVER CARRY THE  PAN OUTSIDE!!!!!!!!3-Extinguish other food fires w/ baking soda!4-NEVER use water or flour on cooking fires!5-Keep the oven door shut & turn off the heat to smother an oven or broiler fire!6-Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen….Make sure you have the right type & training7-Keep a working smoke detector in your home & test it monthly!

Re: KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS

posted at 11/28/2013 2:56 PM EST
Posts: 3720
First: 9/13/2011
Last: 4/18/2014
GRANA here;
 Hubby  just replced my old mouse  & I am once again able To copy/cut & paste; making it possible  to  re-post my  original list of  KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS :
  TO PREVENT KITCHEN FIRES: 1-Keep an eye on your cooking  & stay in the kitchen; Unattended cooking is the  #1 cause of cooking fires !
#2- Wear Short or loose fitting sleves.Loose clothing can catch fire!
#
3- Watch children closely. When old enough, teach children to cook  safely.
#4
-Clean cooking surfaces to prevent food & grease buildup
#5
-Keep curtains, towels & pot holders away from hot surfaces, and store solvents and flammable cleaners away from heat sources 
#6
-Never keep gasoline in the house!
7-Turn pan handles inward  to prevent food spills TO PUT OUT A COOKING FIRE, IN YOUR KITCHEN:1-Call the fire department, immediately.In many cases, dialing   911 will give you “emergency services”2-Slide a pan lid or cover over flames to  smother a grease or oil fire, thenturn off the heat and  leave the lid in place until the pan coolsNEVER CARRY THE  PAN OUTSIDE!!!!!!!!
# 4 ex
nguish other food fires w/ baking soda!
#5
NEVER use water or flour on cooking fires!#5-Keep the oven door shut & turn off the heat to smother an oven or broiler fire!
#6
-Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen….Make sure you have the right type & training
#7
-Keep a working smoke detector in your home & test it monthly!

Re: KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS

posted at 11/28/2013 3:29 PM EST
Posts: 3720
First: 9/13/2011
Last: 4/18/2014
GRANA here;
Thanks to all of you who posted your ownKITCHEN SAFETY TIPS while I was unable to re post my own.I was thrilled to have you all ppitch in tillmy pc was once again functioning .Now thatI have a new mouse,Iam ableto cop/cut& psste and can once again post  my original list o;KITCHEN SAFETY TIPS :
  TO PREVENT KITCHEN FIRES:
#1-k
eep an eye on your cooking  & stay in the kitchen; Unattended cooking is the  #1one cause of cooking fires !
#2- Wear Short or ticht fitting sleves.Loose clothing can catch fire!
#
3- Watch children closely. When old enough, teach children to cook  safely.
#4
-Clean cooking surfaces to prevent food & grease buildup
#5
-Keep curtains, towels & pot holders away from hot surfaces, and store solvents and flammable cleaners away from heat sources 
#6
-Never keep gasoline in the house!
7-Turn pan handles inward  to prevent food spills TO PUT OUT A COOKING FIRE, IN YOUR KITCHEN:1-Call the fire department, immediately.In many cases, dialing   911 will give you “emergency services”2-Slide a pan lid or cover over flames to  smother a grease or oil fire, thenturn off the heat and  leave the lid in place until the pan coolsNEVER CARRY THE  PAN OUTSIDE!!!!!!!!3-Extinguish other food fires w/ baking soda!4-NEVER use water or flour on cooking fires!5-Keep the oven door shut & turn off the heat to smother an oven or broiler fire!6-Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen….Make sure you have the right type & training
#7
-Keep a working smoke detector in your home & test it monthly!

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